Total employment and floating work shifts in macroeconomics

It looks like there are some common major problems in modern economic systems when employing people to work.

At first, some people stay without work in unemployment and suffer from the lack of funds without salary. The second problem is with working people – they always suffer from overworking (5 days and 8 hours shifts, limit of vacation and almost no time to stay with family) and are often quite bored and lack energy to do everything with joy and fun.

So why just not using floating working shifts to solve both problems ? Let’s say we have a 3 working days a week 6 hours shifts for an average workers for example. Thus we are able to both reduce load to the ones who are already working and to hire the ones who suffer without employment.

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